Chiang Mai has announced that people in 5 zones should carry their belongings up high.

Chiang Mai urgent announcement Ask people living in zones 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 to move their belongings to higher ground.

An urgent announcement from Chiang Mai Municipality asks people living in zones 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 to move their belongings to higher places. Due to the water situation at P 67 Station (Ban Mae Tae, San Sai District) is constantly rising and rains in the northern part of Chiang Mai Province

At the time, which P level 1 at 7:00 am at the level of 4.43 m, it is expected to reach the level 4.60 m at 9:00 am for safety. If your home is prone to flooding It is recommended to cut the cutout down to prevent the danger of electric leakage. and prepare for flooding situations in such areas

Zone 1 includes Ban Pa Prao Nok (part of it), a brewery, Wang Pla Restaurant, Tha Nam Restaurant, and the underpass to Pa Daet bridge.
Zone 2: Charoen Prathet Road, Mong Fort Primary School, Chiang Mai Forestry, Chaimongkol Temple, Ban Pa Prao Nok, Wiang Thong Village and Pa Daet Subdistrict (Partial)
Zone 3 includes Ban Den, Ban Den Electricity Authority and Chinda Niwet Village.

Zone 4: Rimping Superstore, Tha Satoi Temple, Golden Market, Kawila Camp, Kong Sai Road, and San Pa Khoi Market (some parts)
Zone 5: Nong Hoi Market, Koh Klang Road, Mong Fort School, Kawila School, Mueang Sat Luang Temple, Mueang Sat Noi Temple, Palm Springs Village, Muang Kai Temple, Golf Course and Rat Uthit Road.
need help Contact number 081 8177225 096 1535665 061 2744567 and 053 140380

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